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's military and deep economic support of el salvador. >> el salvador feels protected because the u.s. helps us out so much. that makes us very proud. >> reporter: renee pushed his son to finally become an american citizen after living in the bay area for years. >> he thinks that the u.s. is the greatest country in the world. he knows that anyone that comes to this country can succeed in anything they want. >> reporter: we took renee back to the house to meet phillip and father and son got to see the american tribute for the first time. you can't tell that renee is singing the national anthem. >> it's touching. reminds me how good this country can be. >> reporter: renee will return to el salvador next month. till then he plans to keep giving old glory his glory. >> very touching. all right. so what would you do with a hawaiian island? would you surf? would you sit on the beach? larry i'llly son wants to experiment on his island. ellison says he plans to turn it into a lab for environmentally friendly practices. he hopes to convert sea water into fresh water. he >> you can't go into a grocery st
clinton is taking the blame for last month's deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. clinton says the security for america's diplomatic missions abroad is her job, not the white house's. u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans were killed in that attack. a public memorial will be held for stephens tomorrow at san francisco city hall. >>> it's crunch time for the presidential candidates. tomorrow night they will face off in their second debate, and this time there will be questions from the audience. romney won the coin toss, so he will go first. elizabeth cook on how the candidates are getting ready. >> reporter: both candidates have had a low profile lately as they prepare for tomorrow night. >> i brought some food! >> reporter: after joking that his debate prep was a, quote, drag the last time around, president obama assured shorters at a campaign office in virginia, he's hitting the books! once again, massachusetts senator john kerry is standing in for romney. the president's team vows he will amp up his performance after a less-than-enthusiastic reception the f
very clear that you would not provide government assistance to the u.s. auto companies, even if they went through bankruptcies, you said they could get it in the private marketplace. that wasn't true. >> reporter: so what's your take on this? >> another example of him reminding him of things he said. for an important state like michigan which is in play, where you have a lot of workers and the union jobs and the like, the president reminding the governor of things the governor said during a competitive republican primary and now softening his position. and that his position, romney's position had been inconsistent with what he's saying today. i think all of these things at the end of the day matter, grace. i have to say, though, that in spite of much of this the real question in this election is going to be about domestic issues. i think the president will get the news narrative, but this is going to be a jobs and who do americans trust more with this in the end. >> one other thing they talked about was israel. you said that was important for both sides because they were in f
paste from me. >> he's a naturalized u.s. citizen from china. he and his family live in this house in boston. our cameras were turned away at the door, but neighbors reacted to the international headlines that harris is making. >> never any major activity coming from the house. they are nice people. honestly, i'm surprised to hear about all of this. >> reporter: the question is how they got by the airport security in japan and korea. an aviation expert told me that all flights are coming directly to the u.s. from abroad and they must have every single spray before they go on board. since making a stop in korea, they may have done a limited search or skipped his bag altogether. >> also in the news tonight, san jose's police chief doesn't want any secrets in his police department. they think that it will be time for them to speak up. cbs5 reporter has learned of a memo that he sent out, urging officers to be themselves. >>> a few months ago, the officer had a secret to tell the police chief. and a secret that he had been keeping for half a century. >> you were a nervous wreck. >> yea
in the actor's own family have served. last march, the band performed at the u.s. coast guard station in alameda and at travis air force base. >> i feel it's very important to support those who have serving. >> lieutenant dan! >> reporter: their name is inspired by the character sinese played in forrest gump. >> thought i'd try out my sea legs. >> you ain't got no legs, lieutenant dan. >> yes, i know that. >> reporter: playing disabled veteran lieutenant dan taylor was the role that set sinese on a real-life course to help severely injured military. his band's concerts raise money to build smart homes for amputees. he has been known to use his own money. this one in temecula in riverside county was completed last month. there's special technology that will help triple amputee corporal juan dominguez to live his life after getting bombed in afghanistan. >> i see a lot of need out there and i know that i can lep to do something that gives some people who are serving our country somebody back. >> reporter: this man is impressed that sinese was so humble when he came to their alameda base
: californians are paying the highest gas prices in the u.s. an average of $4.49 per gallon a regular. $0.11 higher in san francisco. nowhere near the national average of $3.want. it cost casey nearly $100 to fill up his truck and he has 14 in his company fleet. >> it is tough and, you know it is shocking to see it go up so much while other states are not quite nearly as much. >> reporter: gas soared $0.66 in four days at this north hollywood station and their owner is paying $20,000 more to refill his 8,000 gallon tank. >> it's killing everybody. i mean it's going to kill the business. >> reporter: some stations around the state ran out of gas and shut down. the price spikes caused by the richmond refinery in august and maintenance at the refineries here. exxon mobile said that a power failure is back online. the california energy commission says they are monitoring the supply. >> there is ample supply of gasoline to meet consumer demand. >> reporter: the state uses a special summer blend of fuel. it reduces smog conditions in the summertime. most of it is refined in california. some rel
of the tigers' win. he is tonight's top five. number 5. carlos -- the u.s. won 3-1 match yankees tigers again. here's the pop-up and he is alex, and he gets it! russell martin. number three, former warrior and jimmy butler on the trailer. nice for the bulls. ever wonder what it's like to face a 100-mile fastball? well today i found out. >> i faced 16 100-mile an hour fastballs. >> were they coming at you? >> if you swing late or early, you're done. if it hit me, well i wouldn't be standing here. >> knock you out. >> pite pretty -- pretty cool that little simulator. >> it's an old giants uniform that i just grabbed out of the closet. >> not that old. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> all right. giants tomorrow, but, it could be a problem. >> thunderstorms likely. would not be surprised at all if the start of the game is
have a problem with jews? >> reporter: here he is in front of toys r us in u.s. times square spewing anti- semitic rants according to the new york times, this elmo, whose real name is adam sandler -- no relation to the actor -- was arrested last month for harassing tourists. now the big monster has popped up in san francisco. he's been spotted at fishermen's w whrks arf. >> i don't think this is something that family's should be listening to. >> reporter: sandler admits he was deported from cambodia for running a porn website called "welcome to the rape camp." he makes money on small donations from tourists. he keeps the tips in a small pouch. he failed to see the irony in his new career path as a not-so- warm- and-fuzzy elmo. now, sandler says he came here to san francisco because he says people are friendier towards street performers and there's less competition. we spoke to the san francisco police department about him and they said he has every right to stand in a public place and rant and rave. in fact, there are a lot of people who do that and say very offensive things. but unt
is talking about rape and god's intention. >> the candidate is richard murdock. he's running for u.s. senate. one that republicans are counting on to help him take control of the senate. here's what he said in the final minutes when he was asked about the opposition to abortion. >> i know there's some that will disagree. i believe life dpins at conception. the only exception to have an abortion is in the case in the life of a mother. i struggle for a long time. life is a gift from god. even when life begins in a horrible situation of rape, it's something god intended to happen. >> richard murdock's comments comes in the same day when mitt romney started airing this tv had. >> and tonight, the romney camp issued a statement. romney disagrees with murdock's views on rape. >> i approve this message. >> this is the second republican candidate this election to make controversial comments about rape and pregnancy. >> first of all, from what i understand from doctors, it's really rare. if it's a leming mat rape -- legitimate rape. >> refused to withdrawal from the race. >> and just a few hours ago,
. it will be up to the u.s. attorney and homeland security to file charges. in san francisco, juliette goodrich, cbs 5. >>> a jury found a woman guilty of killing nursing student michelle le. prosecutors argued that giselle esteban planned for months before attacking le, her former friend, last year. they say esteban blamed the san mateo woman for wrecking her relationship with her ex- boyfriend. the defense wanted a manslaughter conviction, arguing esteban acted in a fit of rage, but the jury didn't buy it. >> i know michelle is finally laid to rest, in peace, knowing that... >> i feel like a tremendous burden has been lifted. you never know what's going on in the jury's mind, but they made the right call. >> esteban faces 25 years in prison. >>> when you walk by,... >> one wrong step that almost got a man killed, all because he was talking on his cell phone. >>> right now, as we put a hole in that wall... >> the way he told me, i have a bunch come out. >> a bay area restaurant with an unappetizing problem. why it wants everyone to know it. >>> how your dog can save the lives of 44 other dogs
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